As anyone involved in the business immigration world knows, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) worksite audits have been on the rise in recent years, particularly regarding H-1B specialty occupation worker and L-1 intracompany transferee visa cases. USCIS auditors are making worksite visits with the principal purpose of determining if the petition is legitimate and if the employer or foreign national submitted any information or documentation that contains a material misrepresentation or constitutes immigration fraud. It is important for petitioning companies to carefully review the information and documentation to be submitted as part of an immigration case and ensure that the information and evidence are both accurate and truthful. While the employer's efforts to marshal evidence to make a case for an immigration benefit is important, it is critical to review such information in its totality to ensure that disclosure is sufficient to accurately portray the relevant facts that USCIS will review in making its decision.